Pistenhits Apres Ski Hit Mix 2007 Reviews
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Maximum 80's, Vol. 2Big Extended Things (327 words)
by benlepensive - written on 29/08/09 (Very useful, 24 readings)
The eighties was a great time for music, some truly memorable Artists were born, I cite Duran Duran and Dire Straits to name but two. This album gather some of the extended remixes from the decade and spreads them over three discs. Speaking of Duran Duran, their amazing Girls On Film is here in the entirety. It is a perfect capsule of the decade, with the flashing camera effects helping paint a picture of the whole fame game at the time. Sunglasses At Night provides something mean and moody and there are sinister undertones working through this song. It is the kind of track that you would expect to hear being blasted from an uber cool American underground ...
The Best Of 80s RemixedBack to the eighties! (321 words)
by benlepensive - written on 03/09/09 (Very useful, 20 readings)
The eighties was a decadent time for music and spurned many a 12 inch version. It seemed to suit the music at the time, though I would say that today's r and b climate lends itself less to extended versions. There are thirty tracks on this release and it will appeal to people who have a firm interest in eighties pop culture. There is a delicious seven minute version of Dead or Alive's 'You Spin Me Round,' The track still sounds relevent and Pete Burns' vocal is a triumph of camp and glamour. Not sure about the inclusion of the Nolans, which to me seems to smack more of the sound of the seventies and does not capture the essence of the eightes, though 'Im In The Mood ...
12" 80s LoveCheck Out My 12 Inch Love Package (359 words)
by benlepensive - written on 04/09/09 (Very useful, 18 readings)
Spreading some eighties love aye. The eighties is one of my favourite decades for music, thanks to the rise of acts like Duran Duran and Kylie. It was also a time for glamour, decadence and overkill. This album gathers some of the biggest hits from that era and spreads them over three discs. There are 35 tracks in total, most exist here in full twelve inch versions. Paul Young is always a force to be reckoned with thanks to his dulcet tones and ability to draw emotion out of every word he sings. 'Wherever I Lay My Hat' is wrought with sincerity and warmth. Phyllis Nelson achieves a similar feel in 'Move Closer' which conjures up images of romancing someone special by an open log ...